A legal skill set include clear and concise thinking and writing process that is factually accurate and argumentatively sound. Most jobs require good writing skills whether for technical report writing or for investigative report writing or simply appraisal report writing. Managers have to cultivate attention to detail and hash out relevant details clearly. When a manager or supervisor is dealing with a conflict situation, the ability to gather and deal with relevant facts will get the job done efficiently. The legal skill of “issue spotting” in managerial positions adds value. A manager should be able to spot problems and proactively resolve them before they escalate. An employee should also have the skill of researching the matter at hand whether it’s a corporate setting or a manufacturing hub. Most of these skills can be learned, acquired and honed.